Varsity jackets, baseball hats, and even jerseys (yes, jerseys!) have made their way from the fashion playing fields (runways) to the streets. Here’s how to get sporty off the field.
Today’s look comes courtesy of one of my big style crushes, Olivia Palermo. It’s the perfect answer to the weird spring weather we’ve been having on the East Coast — a chilly, rainy-then-sunny-then-cloudy mix. Plus, it hits the three C’s — cozy, casual, … Continue reading
If your summer weekends are jam-packed with weddings, as mine have been for the past few years, Tibi is your new best friend. What was supposed to be a quick perusal of Tibi’s website after a blue chiffon dress caught … Continue reading
Street stylers at Fall 2013 Fashion Week made one thing clear — the culotte is back and better than ever. The wide-legged ankle pant has a reputation for being hard to wear, which helps explain its lengthy stay in fashion … Continue reading
Dn’t feel guilty splurging on that gorgeous printed dress for the next wedding you have to attend. Here’s how easy it is to make a printed cocktail dress to the office, brunch, or happy hour all spring and summer long. 1. … Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be great if you could wear your pajamas to work — or even to your next cocktail party? Well, then wanna here the best news ever? You can — and rather than a bum, you’ll be considered super … Continue reading
What happened to spring? Though the sun is back after a streak of rainy days, the temperatures haven’t quite followed suit here in NYC, where it’s in the upper 40s/lower 50s once again. What to wear when winter’s heavy sweaters … Continue reading
Why should shirts have all the fun? The peplum heads south this season, adding a flirty finish to spring’s skirts and dresses. The “new” peplum, otherwise known as the flounce hemline, jazzes up a standard pencil skirt, and there’s no better … Continue reading
Brrr… After nearly a week of warm temps, we’ve fallen back into a bit of a chill here in NYC, with temps back in the ’40s. Here are some outfit ideas to get you through the early spring’s transitional weather.